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After the Purge: Vendetta

By: Sam Sisavath
Narrated by: Aaron Shedlock,Amber Lee Connors,Megan Tusing
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Summary

Contains all three books in the After the Purge: Vendetta Trilogy, including Requiem, Tokens, and Remains. 

The end was just the beginning.

History books call it The Purge, and it altered the course of human history. A breed of seemingly unkillable creatures that once lurked in the shadows of mankind’s past finally revealed themselves. Driven by an insatiable lust for human blood, these monsters - dubbed “ghouls” by some - consumed the globe in one bloody, awful night. Their numbers growing exponentially through infection, and they felled the unprepared governments of the world with hardly any resistance.

In the yearlong nightmare that followed, survivors were turned into chattel for the generations of ghouls to come. Most chose to cooperate, but a brave few fought back, and thanks to their sacrifice, the ghouls were defeated and driven back into the darkness.

Humanity was given a second chance, but the world post-Purge will never be the same. The cities have been abandoned, technology is limited, law and order is nonexistent, and survivors live off the land in small, isolated communities in the countryside. Nightfall is no longer the harbinger of doom it once was, but the night will never be completely terror-free. Though vastly smaller in number and weaker than they’ve ever been, the ghoul menace lingers.

But the monsters are now the hunted. Men and women who suffered unimaginable horrors under the yearlong Purge roam the land, seeking out the creatures wherever they hide. They call themselves slayers. They are skilled, dangerous, and they have scores to settle....

©2020 Sam Sisavath (P)2020 Sam Sisavath

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  • Doc Johnson
  • 15-04-22

Sam created a new monster Scarier then the Ghouls

I don't know how
I don't know why
hopefully they only showed up in this book but
WHY IN HOLY HELL WOULD SAM CREATE THE .....(read to find out)

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  • Matthew
  • 09-03-22

Great Follow Up

not sure if enough time has passed since the original purge books, or if the author changed his style. Overall I still loved it, but the repetitive inner monologs really irritated me.

Those did really help paint the story, it just slowed overall progress. It seems the female lead had 4 times as much inner monolog not sure if that was the case or it was the actress.

That all being said I would give all 3 parts a 4.5 stars

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  • Norma Lopez Leal
  • 07-04-21

A little boring

I loved the purge of Babylon , after the purge vendetta was a little slow for my taste but an ok story to go to sleep . I hope the next set is better!
But not that bad just slow!

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  • DIANNA
  • 29-01-21

Good Book

very enjoyable book a little bit slow in the beginning but I did enjoy listening to it I wish it said a little bit more about what happened in the end but other than that I enjoyed the book